What happens to the information I provide as part of the study?

Your information will be kept confidential. It will not be shared with your employer, your health plan, or any other third party who is not directly involved in the research. When we analyze the data, we will look at it in an aggregate form. That is, your data will be combined with the data from other study participants so we can look at patterns across a large group of people. Eventually, we may publish these analyses in journal articles or books, or present them at conferences, to share results from the Lake Nona Life Project. In order to ensure your privacy and confidentiality, your data will be separated from your personally identifiable information (i.e. name, address, phone number, etc.). Your information will be assigned a research ID and will be separated from any document that links your ID with personally identifiable information.